Chat with us now
Chat with us
SAPTeeth Dental Crown

Royal Dental Laboratory Innovative Solutions in SAPTeeth Dental Crown

SAPTeeth Dental Crown can be fabricated at Royal Dental laboratory which uses world’s latest and most advanced technology with in house CAD CAM technology, CBCT, and 3D printing. Royal Dental Clinics is Internationally recognised for founder’s contribution to ‘Same Day Fixed Teeth’, ‘Immediate Loading of Implants’, ‘Advances in Dentistry’. Advanced SAPTeethTM Dental Crown are the latest and most researched work in dentistry.

SAPTeethTM Dental Crown are highly specialised polymers; specially made to protect the bone, implant, or natural tooth.

At Royal, you will find solutions for various materials grouped as metal-free high-performance polymers such as SAPT.HIPC, which has been tested in vivo and approved for the expected life of over 9 years and is clinically-proven and safe to use.

SAPT.BioPEEK is the new reference for a permanent dental prosthesis which is similar to bone and is a bio-compatible material which integrates into the jaw. It has a natural periodontium like similar shock absorption as PEEK.

SAPT.resin is produced using industrial polymerisation procedure as they have higher wear and tear when compared with the higher performance polymers. All these are shock absorbable permanent teeth or SAPTeethTM Polymer crowns.

Shock Absorbable Permanent Teeth SAPTeeth Dental Crown In One Day

Why Choose SAPTeeth Dental Crown?

SAPTeeth materials come in preformed blanks that are digitally managed and easy to process.

They are made to protect the bone, implant, and natural teeth under the prosthesis.

SAPTeeth exert 24 to 149 times more shock absorbing than traditional ceramic, zirconia teeth.

 A property of SAPTeeth  allows the light to reflect naturally from the tooth.

It is the most physiologic material for a dental framework that is only surpassed by the nature itself.

PROCESSING of SAPTeeth Dental Crown

Step 1: Preparation for SAPTeeth Dental Crown

Preparatory work represents the beginning of the fabrication process in the laboratory. The working model is the basis of this prosthetic restoration. Based on the preference of the dentist, alginate or silicone putty impression can be made also a wax wafer bite is required. The Cast is fabricated and then the bite is fixed over it. Once the cast has been trimmed and the base is formed it is now called as the master model or working model. Also, in cases where planning is required a 3D model can be printed and sent for further evaluation to the doctor.

Step 2: SAPTeeth Dental Crown Planning

The master model or working model is scanned into the software using 3D scanning and then the function is selected in the designing software. The designing team then plans the prosthesis and the framework.

Step 3: CAD CAM Smile Design

Once the CAD design is ready an accurate machining strategy is made for the milling. Use of highly advanced CNC machines ensures that the quality is standard and predictable.

Step 4: Framework Check

Using SAPT.BioPEEK or SAPT.Resin the framework is manufactured and then sent for postprocessing. Once the framework checked by the dentist and re impressions are made, final prosthetic manufacturing can be done.

Step 5: SAPTeeth Dental Crown

Using SAPT.GN, SAPT.HIPC or SAPT.MC for the final prosthesis is manufactured. The color and the shade are specified by the dentist.

SAPTeeth Dental Crown is used at Royal Dental Laboratory

Produces safe, bio-compatible, aesthetic temporary prostheses that are required to be replaced by a higher performance polymer due to wear and tear.

It is a thermoplastic (T-) or a chemoplastic (C-) polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA).

T-PMMA is produced using industrial polymerisation procedure for producing high purity PMMA with a theoretic level of purity of 99.9%. The residual 0.1% is non cytotoxic and is therefore harmless.

C-PMMA is produced using a chain reaction which may generate free radicals. These radicals allow for formation of long chains polymers. They may trigger allergies and material in-tolerances.

Material properties:  

  • Metal free
  • Strength – >65 mpa
  • E- modulus – >2800mpa
  • Indicated wearing time – 6 months

These prosthesis have a higher wear and tear and discoloration when compared with the higher performance polymers. Still, they have a distinct advantage of reducing the load on the underlying structures under circumstances of heavy bite force, paan- supari habit, bruxism, clenching etc. They can be used as permanent prosthesis in such cases

Increase the wearing time of the temporary resin prosthesis and can be used as an intermittent prosthesis. They offer even more polished aesthetics.

It is a polychrome composite polymer with 20% ceramic filler intermixed with the PMMA. It has a higher wearing time and strength.

This resultant optimized material mixture gives the dental prosthesis a natural color gradient and an increased strength.

Material properties:

  • Metal free
  • Strength – >100 mpa
  • Indicated wear time 2 years
  • E-modulus – >2200 mpa

These materials can be used as permanent prosthesis over natural tooth or implants. They do not discolor easily. They have a higher resistance to scratching and abrasion, hence the aesthetics last longer than resin.

It is a universal genius. They offer the most elegant, and varied solutions for a number of indications and can be used as a permanent prosthesis with an approved life span of 9+ years.

It is a cross linked composite polymer that offers higher physical values than conventional PMMA. They are manufactured under controlled environment of high temperature and pressure. As there are no use of dental glass or light cured plastics the love of color retention and plaque resistance is comparable with Ceramic restorations. They have been clinically proven and approved for over 9 years of use.


  • Metal Free with approved expected life of 9 years
  • Plaque resistant
  • High level of strength
  • Aesthetic, translucent and opalescent

Material properties:

  • Strength – >120 mpa with minimal solubility in saliva
  • E-modulus – >2200 mpa

Most versatile material. They can be used as permanent dental prosthesis with implant, natural tooth or both. They have an excellent gingival response and pressure absorbing capability.

The most physiologic properties of this frame work material are only surpassed by nature itself. It is as elastic, light and thermal conductivity as that of bone by making the patient’s feel at ease.

They have the highest aesthetic retention and resistance to scratching and abrasion. It is a bio-compatible polymer of polyether ketone and is strengthened using ceramic. They have been in use in body Implantology for over 30 years (intervertebral discs, hip joints etc). With the improvement by ceramic fillers these materials can now be used in dental applications especially as a framework.


  • Anti allergic – no metal, oxide or monomer
  • Weight and density is similar to natural bone
  • Does not have a metallic taste
  • Off peak effect – reduce the compression and torsion caused by chewing
  • Heat conduction similar to teeth – increasing the comfort
  • Low abrasion and good Versatility

Advantages of Royal Peek restorations:
Unbeatable convenient processing, Maximum customisability, Cuts like dentin, Conserving the antagonists, Optimal Osseointegration, Optimal gingival management, Longevity of the restoration, Natural oral feeling and chewing sensation, Natural aesthetics, Allows immediate restoration and one time treatment.

Material properties:
Can be used as permanent dental prosthetic framework, implant and natural tooth cases. They have excellent gingival management and pressure absorption.

  • Flexural Strength – 180 mpa with almost no water solubility
  • E-modulus – >4550 mpa
  • Wear time 9 years

Class 1 photopolymers bio compatible resins which are built from additive laser process to delivery surgical guides, and splits which can be fitted as a framework or temporary supports.

They are a Class I bio compatible resin (EN-ISO 10993-1:2009/AC:2010, USP Class VI) material. They are used in the dental industry by additive processes, hence allowing for construction of even the most complex prosthesis.

They are used to create surgical guides and temporary splints. These material can be sterilized in the autoclave.

Material properties:

  • Strength – >50 mpa
  • E-modulus – >1500 mpa


  • Anti allergic
  • Non metallic
  • Complex prosthesis
  • Surgical guides

Flow able polymer which attached to the surfaces of the implant, natural teeth & high performance polymers thereby creating a single unit for a more durable, success- oriented, & efficient dental prosthetic solutions.

They are flow able, bio compatible polymers which create a chemical or mechanical bond between the two surfaces which may be of titanium, peek, high performance polymers. They themselves provide shock absorbing capability to reduce the load on the inner structures. They have minimal dissolution in the saliva and are therefore stable for a long period of time.

Royal Cremresin

A nano-reinforced biopolymer designed for permanent denture structures. It is made to improve the performance of artificial teeth. Being reinforced with graphene sheets, which are lighter than carbon fibre & harder than steel. They are extremely natural in aesthetic appearance, as well as resolving all the mechanical, physicochemical and biological failures of the rest of the materials currently in use.

Material properties:

  • Strength – >140 mpa
  • E- modulus – >3200mpa
  • Hardness – 88 shore
  • Bridges of more than 2 missing teeth and complete prosthesis.


Graphene being one of the most resistant materials known, it is indicated to provide greater flexibility, and reduced chances of breakages. Under the heavy bite force, paan- supari habit, bruxism, clenching etc., they can be used as long-term prosthesis in such cases and repaired or replaced when required.